Driver who was found dead in human trafficking case in Murang’a was KDF soldier.
This is after a vehicle which was ferrying seven Ethiopian nationals overturned in Murang’a South on Monday morning, claiming the life of the driver on the spot and leaving the occupants heavily wounded.
The driver was reported to be moving at a high speed when he lost control of the probox car and landed in a ditch.
Murang’a South police boss Alexander Shikondi who confirmed the incident said that preliminary investigations revealed that the driver of the probox vehicle who died in a road crash at the St Michael area, Murang'a South, was a Kenya Defence Force soldier.
After the crash, the casualties were moved to nearby public and private facilities and put under police watch while the wreckage of the probox vehicle was towed to the Makuyu Police line.
The deceased reportedly had an employee card similar to those given to members of an elite police agency.
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